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The continual digital Freeview interference I have been experiencing over the last two months, and has nothing to do with Ariel's that the BBC website consider is the cause!. I had tried to obtain a free anti-interference box you can obtain if exhausted all potential solutions to the problem, yet unable to without first having to make calls to the relevant people who handle this. The BBC also said that my Area is not affected by the 4G signal on phones etc. after they checked my postcode, yet having looked at the areas affected on the Freeview checker website, it clearly states that many, if not all parts of Surrey where I am located, certainly are.

I am based in GU21 2FD and the problem began 2 months ago for no apparent reason, the sound on my HD TV keeps suddenly cutting out each time a car or bus passes on the main road. There are no internal Ariel faults because this has already been checked by the maintenance team I am in contact, and the shared attic indoor Ariel also checked for potential faults, nothing appears to be wrong with any of the Ariel's as I live in a shared block of flats and everyone else's TV's are fine, except the one next door to my flat. The TV has also been serviced in case of faults there, as well as replacing fly-lead to TV - nothing has been left uncovered, and yet the problem still exists no matter what is done to try and resolve it. I genuinely believe it is this new 4G transmitting that is directly causing the problem, as all other potential issues/resolve exhausted.

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